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Re: Wendy - renditions of other artists work -Craig Roland's Web Quest


From: Judith Decker (jdecker4art_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Apr 28 2004 - 20:03:20 PDT


Here is a bunch of "inspired by Van Gogh"
Here is a computer graphic:

I posted some inspired by Frida Kahlo a while back.

Here is an article on copycat Artists:

I just looked up "copycat artist" and found this
article - so be careful who and what you copy:

In all can copy all they want - just not
try to publish it anywear or sell it...and they have
nothing to fear....or copy someone long dead (in
public domain) and they have nothing to fear. There is
big money in learning how to copy the masters - in
restoration efforts.

The cubists worked so closely together that it is hard
to tell who did what at times.

Here is one Lichtenstein after Picasso:
There are other Lichtensteins....Picasso wasn't
toofond of him copyinghis style.

Ah ha! I found it! Craig Roland's Whose Art is it

There might be more Lichtenstein online. I know
Shorewood has one print available.

Judy Decker

--- wendy free <> wrote:
> am looking for pairs of works, for example:
> matisse's goldfish and lichtenstein's interpretation
> (the one with the golf ball). that's all i have so
> far; any more ideas would be much appreciated! or
> websites with these types of images...
> in sort of the same vein, here's an interesting site
> with photos inspired by artists work:

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